Self-sustainable systems for baseload power, pure water,
non-carbon synthetic fuels,
renewable energy converted from waste without residual.
GUIDE TO WORKING WITH LANGENBURG
INTRODUCE a project for consideration, along with the entity seeking engagement by using online form (below on this page).
REVIEW and agree to Langenburg Company Policy introduced on this page, and request a non-disclosure/non-compete agreement.
PROPOSE project for validation of concept, with request for Langenburg's services by letter of interest.
APPOINT a project management liaison to communicate with Langenburg's director of projects.
QUALIFY for engagement by financial certification, formal letter of intent, and project feasibility study.
VISIT Langenburg global headquarters and its project sites by invitation (completed together with qualification).
ENGAGE as a client by memorandum of understanding with attached revenue share agreement and lease agreement.
COMMENCE project build-out and/or retrofits per design plan and operations plan.
RENEW by client's option, the term of the lease upon its completion.
FORMAL ENGAGEMENT IS SELECTIVE
Project selection is selective based upon its potential feasibility, and realization of concept.
Formal engagement to become a client is selective based on quality of the letter of intent, including capability and integrity of the entity seeking engagement. Potential conflicts of interest are reviewed.
Project-Based Engagement with Langenburg is limited to projects in a mature planning stage, those with designs currently available for review, or that are currently under construction. For existing facilities, the project must be available to receive Langenburg retrofits, upgrades and necessary utility connections to initiate operation.
Speculative and open possibilities are generally not considered unless backed by an extensive and capable holistic development infrastructure.
LANGENBURG IS THE SERVICE PROVIDER
Langenburg Technologies is the exclusive service provider for applications using the proprietary core technology solution developed by Langenburg Research.
All worldwide transactions are directed and coordinated exclusively from Langenburg Global headquarters in Eugene Oregon, by sole authority of the royal office of Prinz Albrecht zu Hohenlohe-Langenburg (aka Dr. Max Langenburg).
ENGAGED CLIENT IS THE END-USER
The end-user of Langenburg's services is a company or legally unified consortium that owns and controls a project ready for conceptual or design upgrades, build-out or retrofit.
The end-user seeks to use Langenburg Core Technology services to enhance performance of a project, increase production capacity, eliminate pollutive emissions, and convert or destroy any residual substance. The most basic services are wastewater remediation, and separation of pure water from any waste.
PROJECT-BASED ENGAGEMENT MODEL
Formally engaged clients become party to a memorandum of understanding with a 20-year renewable lease agreement and revenue share agreement, secured by a bankable instrument such as a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA), Water Purchase Agreement (WPA), and Waste Remediation Agreement (WRA), and other material processing and production agreements.
The memorandum of understanding (MOU) is limited to two parties (formally engaged end-user and service provider), where the end-user is the direct and immediate beneficiary of the core technology solution.
Upon Langenburg's acceptance of proposed project via the below online form, followup by presenting a letter of interest with the following attachments regarding the proposed project:
– prospectus of the client/end-user of Langenburg Core Tech Solution™
– executive summary
– technical description with schematic diagram of systems, process and connections
– operations plan
Projects introduced using the online form (below) are followed-up with review and technical pre-screening. Suggestions regarding optimization of the operational model may be addressed.
Projects presented by letters of interest and letters of intent (LOI) will be forwarded to Langenburg's Director of Projects for engineering-level investigation of opportunities, and to develop operational scenarios toward a required feasibility study.
The entity that will financially engage with Langenburg appoints a liaison representative to act legally on its behalf in the role of project development.
A formal letter of intent is authored on official letterhead of the entity pursuing engagement, with following attachments:
– signed nondisclosure agreement (provided by Langenburg)
– bank certified proof-of-funds (or sovereign guarantee if applicable) for financial pre-qualification.
– evidence of liaison representative's legal/corporate authority to act legally on client's behalf
– comprehensive prospectus, executive summary and technical description (outlined above)
Langenburg cannot consider, nor qualify open or prospective proposals made by independent finders or representatives, freelance agents or brokers, nor by marketing agencies, asset management firms, risk management firms, or investment firms.
There are currently no alternatives to the Langenburg Project-Based Engagement Model.
After acceptance of the letter of intent with required attachments, Langenburg will extend an invitation for a visit to Langenburg Global headquarters office in Eugene Oregon. The purpose of the visit is to develop the potential relationship, review the technology applications, consider operational scenarios, and to pursue the project-based engagement model in accordance with the Langenburg Company Policy procedure.
GUIDED TOURS BY INVITATION FROM HEADQUARTERS
Tours of Langenburg operational projects and facilities are coordinated directly with Langenburg Global headquarters. Tours are available to parties actively seeking engagement that have submitted a letter of intent, and after completion of a visit to Langenburg Global headquarters.
ALL DISCLOSABLE INFORMATION ABOUT LANGENBURG SERVICES, CORE-TECH & PROJECTS IS AVAILABLE ON THIS WEBSITE
OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF LANGENBURG GLOBAL – PROVIDER OF CORE TECH SOLUTIONS BY LANGENBURG RESEARCH